As of September 2015, Gabriel Swaggart is 36 years old. His date of birth is September 19, 1979. Like his father Donnie and grandfather Jimmy, Gabriel Swaggart is a minister.
As of February 2015, Gabriel Swaggart is married and has three daughters. He married his wife, Jill, on Dec. 4, 2004. Their daughters Samantha, Abby and Caroline were born in November 2006, February 2010 and October 2013.
Gabriel Swaggart denounced the Assemblies of God in 2013 for hosting Christian hip hop artist KJ-52 at a concert for middle and high school students because KJ-52 samples secular pop artists in his music. Gabriel Swaggart is the Director of Crossfire Youth Ministries in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
One of the most in-depth features about Gabriel Swaggart's infamous grandfather, Jimmy Swaggart, was released by People magazine in an article titled "The Fall of Jimmy Swaggart." Another was later penned by Digital Journal titled "Televangelist Jimmy Swaggart Making a Comeback with Network."
The Swaggart singers include Robin Herd, Randy Knaps, Andrew Holley, Joseph Larson, Martha Borg, Jill Swaggart, Grace Larson and Donna Carline. Pedro Gasc is the choir director.
Gabriel Swaggart is Pentecostal televangelist Jimmy Swaggart's grandson since Jimmy's son, Donnie, is Gabriel's father. As of September 2015, Gabriel is the director of Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based Crossfire Youth Ministry, which is part of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries.
Public records in Baton Rouge, Louisiana state that Jimmy Swaggart's home was valued at $1.5 million by the tax assessor as of 2015. Jimmy Swaggart is an American pastor, author and televangelist who has a net worth of about $1.5 million.
Frances Anderson Swaggart, wife of evangelist Jimmy Swaggart, was born on Aug. 9, 1937. She married Swaggart in 1952 before the launch of his career in gospel music and televangelism. In 1987, her husband's radio and television empire unraveled due to his adulterous affairs.
Jimmy Swaggart's bestselling songs on Amazon.com are "Old Gospel Ship," "There Is A River," "Just As I Am," "Jesus Use Me" and "Come Holy Spirit (Move On Me)" as of April 2015. He's had multiple greatest hits albums released over the years.
Donnie Swaggart lives in a house in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which was reportedly worth $726,000 in 1988, according to the Los Angeles Times. The house is located in the fenced-in Swaggart family compound, where Donnie's father Jimmy also lives.